Updated: Mar 20, 2022
2022 looks to be another huge year at Universal Orlando with events, attraction updates, and more.
Universal is excited to announce a new Quiet Room opening today in Universal Studios Florida for our Guests who need a quiet, low-stimulation place to take a break from the noise and crowds of the parks. This room is located at the front of the park next to the Studio Audience Center.
Universal Studios Florida’s Revenge of the Mummy is now closed for a refurbishment through the end of summer.
Shrek 4 D has officially closed.
Universal’s Mardi Gras runs daily from February 5 through April 24 with parades and some southern food. Concerts are back with performances on select weekends
Mardi Gras at Universal Orlando, is a Food and Beverage Gift Card and Lanyard. This replaces the tasting lanyard from prior Mardi Gras events.
🐊 Pay $65 for a $75 Food & Beverage Card and Lanyard
🍤 Pay $120 for a $150 Food & Beverage Card and Lanyard
🥘 Can be used at any Food & Beverage location
Universal Resorts Loews Portofino Bay Club-Level Lounge is not open and fully renovated
The kitchen at hard Rock will be renovated from April 18th through July 11th, so breakfast, lunch and dinner will be available in velvet bar
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is returning for its 31st year in 2022 with new houses, scare zones, and shows.
Universal Orlando’s holiday offerings will return in 2022 with a holiday parade featuring Macy’s balloons, a stage show retelling How The Grinch Stole Christmas, special holiday versions of Wizarding World shows, Christmas concerts, festive decorations, and more!
COMING IN the near future
A new Minions-based attraction is opening in the former location of Shrek 4D that will take guests into the wacky Villain-Con. Guests will be able to test the crazy gadgets featured at the convention in the movie.
Fear Factor Live has closed for a new attraction – an expansion to London and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Universal’s third theme park, Epic Universe. Rumored to open in 2025, this new park will feature some of the world’s best-themed environments based on Nintendo, Harry Potter, How to Train Your Dragon, and Universal’s Classic Monsters.